U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
Ms. Murillo joined Burns & Levinson LLP in September 2004 after participating in Burns & Levinson’s Summer Associate program in 2003. Her practice includes all aspects of business and commercial litigation, such as contract matters, Chapter 93A (unfair and deceptive trade practices), disputes involving close corporations and partnerships, business torts and employment litigation. Ms. Murillo’s practice also includes litigation that arises in the real estate context, from adverse possession litigation to commercial and residential landlord/tenant disputes, with a particular focus on condominium law.
- Boston Bar Association
- Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts
- Ms. Murillo is the firm’s Associate Liaison for Greater Boston Legal Services and has served as the firm captain for the Walk to the Hill for Civil Legal Aid.
- Prior to attending law school, Ms. Murillo lived in Austria, where she worked as an English language teaching assistant through the Fulbright Commission and later as a legal translator at a law firm in Vienna.
- J.D., Northeastern University School of Law, 2004
- B.A., Government & International Relations and German, University of Notre Dame, 1999
- Ms. Murillo was selected for inclusion in Massachusetts Rising Stars ® (2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008). Super Lawyers and Rising Stars employ an annual jurisdictional selection process. Only five percent of lawyers in the state were selected to the Super Lawyers list and 2.5 percent to the Rising Stars list. The listing appears annually in the November issue of Boston magazine and in New England Super Lawyers.
Recent Articles and Publications:
Resolving Disputes in Close Corporations and Partnerships
MCLE, Inc., 2005
Elizabeth Brady Murillo co-authored the chapter, “Pre-Litigation and Early Litigation Considerations” in Resolving Disputes in Close Corporations and Partnerships.
Massachusetts Legal Assisting Fundamentals, 9.7.2007
Topic: Working in the Federal and Massachusetts Legal Systems
Elizabeth Brady Murillo and Michael K. Sugrue co-authored a chapter entitled "Introduction to the Federal and Massachusetts Legal Systems" and lead an interactive discussion on this topic.